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Articles tagged Classical Conversations

CC offers inexpensive dual enrollment to Challenge students

by John
Tuesday, 07 August, 2018
categories: Articles
Southern Pines, NC—Classical Conversations programs are beginning again. And maybe you are torn between keeping your student in Challenge III or IV and receiving the full benefit of a CC education or having them dual-enroll in college classes to get a head start on...
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New CC book revolutionizes study of art history

by John
Wednesday, 04 July, 2018
categories: Articles
What Classical Conversations’ book, “Cartography,” did for geography last year, its new book, “Marvelous to Behold,” now does for art history.    “Marvelous to Behold” provides a classical approach to art history with full-page, high-resolution images from a dozen...
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CEO Robert Bortins speaking at GHEC in St. Petersburg

CC speakers headline global homeschooling conference

by John
Thursday, 24 May, 2018
categories: Articles
Classical Conversations’ founder Leigh Bortins was one of the keynote speakers at last week’s 2018 Global Home Education Conference in St. Petersburg and Moscow that almost a dozen members of the Classical Conversations’ leadership team attended.   Bortins was a...
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Graduates Josh Strode and DanEl Brown gave an exhortation to the graduates from Proverbs 4.

35 students graduate in CC’s third-annual cruise commencement

by John
Friday, 11 May, 2018
categories: Articles
The strains of Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 and the navy-blue caps and gowns said graduation, but the luau-themed decorations and the slight roll of the ship said cruise. Thirty-five Classical Conversations graduates participated in CC’s third-annual...
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Leigh Bortins with John DiPiazza, 2018 N2K winner

Michigan homeschooler wins $10,000 national math championship

by John
Thursday, 10 May, 2018
categories: Articles
Allendale, Michigan—The DiPiazza family of Allendale have found an innovative way of financing their children’s college education—all they have to do is win national math championships and the accompanying cash prizes. John DiPiazza, 13, won the 2018 National Number...
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